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“Fri 11/13/09 8: 11 PM was that really necessary carlie? really? really?”
“I got a labtop so i can use it to see all things twilight, and the best part is i named the computer carlie”
“March 12, 2005 00: 01 carlie: sounds great guys! ahh i jus saw their -- you hear it first -- tonight. .wish i'd known about 'em sooner. looking forward to hearing more of yall”
“I'm a curious cankered carlie, my name is Willie Stroth”
“Ay, have I," says the carlie, curlin 'up his lips gey snappish-like;”
“He's a gey breezie carlie when he's awa 'frae hame, an' his dickie on!”
“Thinks I, my carlie, her nabs 'ill lat you hear something the nicht that'll garr the lugs o' ye dirl.”
“There was a gey pompis-like carlie cam 'an' tried to birz Sandy an 'me up the seat; but Sandy sune made a job o' him.”
“If I had a grip o 'Saunders, I'll tak' mair than the fairntickles aff him," says he; an 'faigs, mind you, there's nae sayin' but he may do't; he's a spunky carlie Sandy, when he's raised.”
“An 'he is but a fusionless carlie, O. [pithless old fellow]”
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Unflattering Scots terms and nicknames for people and their perceived or imagined foibles, follies, and failings. Gleaned from Dr. Jamieson's Scottish Dictionary and Supplement, 1841.
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